Should You Try PrizeRebel? A Review

Prizerebel Review

PrizeRebel Review

Today I am having a look at a ‘get paid to’ (GPT) site called PrizeRebel to help you to decide if you should try it. GPT sites like this offer you the opportunity to generate a small income by completing various tasks.

Dont forget this is only a small income site, so keep your earning expectations realistic.

Lets have a look at the features of the Prizerebel site and the ways that you can earn from it.

Signing Up

You can sign up via your Facebook account or via your email account. The first thing you will be asked to do is complete a simple profile questionnaire so they can find surveys for you that match your demographic.

You can add a few quick points to set you on your way. There is 5 points given to you for taking a quick tour of the site, and you can earn a point for liking the PrizeRebel Facebook page.

It’s always helpful to get a tour around any website that you haven’t used before, but to be honest it is a great interface anyway that provides for a really good user experience. But hey, take the tour and get your 5 points!

The site recommends in a help box that you check out the ‘your survey’ section so you can start building your points up quickly.

Here you will find a number of surveys ready for you.

What I liked about the survey page is the fact that it tells you the length of time it will take to complete the survey and the amount of points you earn for the survey. I find this feature on survey sites helpful.

There are a number of survey company’s that have their surveys made available for you via the site.

Let’s have a closer look at the ways you can earn the points that get you the cash and the rewards;

Surveys

The surveys are quite short ranging from 5-10 mins and up to around 30 mins generally. They start at around 50-85 points (100 points is $1) up to around 300 points.

Don’t forget about the prospect of the inevitable getting screened out of a survey though. It’s something you have to factor into the time you spend on any survey site.

Offers

Offers are advertisements that you can sign up to and you get rewarded for it.

There are free and paid offers available. Don’t forget to cancel the paid ones unless it’s something you really want. The offers pay more but they can also cost you more unless you are organised. I recommend getting a separate email account that is solely used for each survey site you sign up for to ensure you keep on top of the offers.

Tasks

There are small jobs or tasks as they are usually called that ask that you follow instructions carefully, and accuracy is required if you want more tasks.

Raffles

With the points you have earned you can enter raffles for prizes. It’s everyone’s choice of course but I prefer to keep the points I have earned.

Contests

Contests are free to join although the requirement is that you may be asked to complete offers or carry out a certain task.

Watching Videos

You don’t get many points for this but you are afterall only watching videos. You can watch as many as 120 videos every 24 hours.

Referrals

With the PrizeRebel referral program you can earn 20% of your referrals income.

Learn How You Can Get Hundreds Of Referral’s To PrizeRebel And Earn Yourself A Passive Income.

Promotional Codes

You can get promotional codes from the PrizeRebel Facebook and Twitter pages that get you points when redeemed.

I have marked PrizeRebel out of 5 on 6 different criteria that I consider to be important factors when deciding what is the best survey site to use.

1. Customer Reviews

4 out of 5…..A good score for this. My mark is based upon reviews from customers from around the Internet. Overall there was a lot more positive things said about this site than negative. A lot of customers were happy with the numerous ways there are to earn, with lots of surveys being available when they wanted them, along with plenty of offers to try out. A lot of the reviews I found were from people who have been members for a long time and have stayed with PrizeRebel because they were happy with the side income it provided for them.

Some did complain about not being credited for paid surveys they had done and completed. This is something that is often complained about with survey sites in general however it is difficult to say with any certainty who is at fault.

There were one or two other complaints about technical issues and not qualifying for a survey after answering a number of questions however this is a fact of life with completing online surveys.

2. Redemption Amount

3  out of 5…..Not a bad score for this. I base my score on the amount you have to reach to get cash rather than when you get a gift card or other reward. To get paid via PayPal which is my favoured reward choice you have to accumulate $10 (or 1000 points).

This is achievable within a reasonable length of time given there are plenty of earning opportunities available on the site. I have given a mid range score as it is in the mid range when compared to other sites, some of which are lower and some higher.

3. Customer Service

4 out of 5….I have based this score on reviews from around the web and also upon my own personal experience. Nearly all the reviews that mentioned customer service had positive things to say in that they found them to be helpful.

I also used their ticket service recently to ask about a feature on the site that I didn’t understand. I received a very satisfactory and prompt reply.

I did find a few negative comments from users but these were few and far between.

4. Length of Time in Business

4 out of 5…..A good score for this as they have been around since 2007 so they are obviously doing something right. They have approx 6.5 million members and many thousands of Facebook followers. All these factors are a good sign as they help to confirm the legitimacy of the company.

5. Speed of Payments

4 out of 5….Another good score. When you have reached the cash out amount it is annoying if you then have to wait further to get what you have earned. You can however expect prompt payment from this company.

PrizeRebel process your rewards within 24 hours. Electronic awards such as game and Giftcard codes are delivered to your rewards page immediately. Emailed rewards are delivered within 24-48 hours.

Shipped items can take anywhere between 7-21 days.

6. Choice of Reward

5 out of 5…. A top score for this as PrizeRebel have a good choice of rewards.

I think it’s best to be given the choice between getting cash or other rewards, but think it’s even better when there are a number of choices when it comes to rewards as well.

Reward options include;

  • PayPal
  • Bitcoin
  • Numerous Giftcards including Amazon, iTunes, Facebook game cards prepaid visa Giftcards and others.



Other features;

Challenges

A nice feature of this site is the daily goals or challenges. Pass the challenge level by getting the number of points needed then get rewarded.

Setting goals is always a good idea in my view no matter what you are trying to achieve.

Account Levels

The longer you stick with PrizeRebel by earning more points the more likely you are to move up a level.

What are levels?

As you achieve certain points balances you can unlock more benefits to your membership.

The levels and points required are as follows;

Bronze       Starter

Silver          1000 points

Gold            3000 points

Platinum     7000 points

Diamond     12000 points

Silver membership entitles you to automatic processing of your code rewards claims if the item is in stock.

There are special percentage bonuses offered to Gold and above members on their monthly earnings.

The points that you earned at the lower level however don’t go toward the points required for the next level.

Have a look at the PrizeRebel promotional video

Pros

  • Completely free to join
  • Opportunity to achieve enhanced membership levels as your point balance increases.
  • A motivating daily challenge feature.
  • A variety of ways to earn points
  • A choice of cash or rewards when redeeming points.
  • Quick processing of rewards.
  • Good customer feedback from users of the site.

Cons

  • Only a small income opportunity

Verdict

My verdict is that this is a legitimate site and recommend it if you are thinking of trying it out.

It will only provide you with a small side income however, but a side income can nonetheless come in handy.

Remember to read the terms and conditions when you join a survey or GPT site. If you break the rules you could lose your points. PrizeRebel make it clear that you cannot for example use a Public Free Wifi/VPN/Proxy to complete surveys otherwise you will be blocked.

I hope you enjoyed reading this review and it helped you to decide if you should use PrizeRebel. If you wish to comment or have any experience with this survey site that you want to share then please leave a comment below.

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Dave - January 14, 2017

Hey,

I wanted to work on watching the videos. How much do they pay for the videos? I wanted to get paid watching and I was thinking of leaving them in playing more and do some of my other duties.

Could that be possible for me to do?

Waiting for your response. Thanks

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Ray - January 14, 2017

Hey Dave,
Watching videos on any GPT site is one of the slowest ways to earn, and it is the same on PrizeRebel.
On this site you will only get 2 points for watching 6 videos, and each video you must watch for 45 seconds. I personally prefer to stick to surveys as they build the points more quickly.
But that is the advantage of an ‘all rounder’ site like this one, you get a good choice of ways to earn points.
Thanks for your comment Dave I really appreciate you checking out my review.

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Derek Marshall - January 14, 2017

Hi There,

I am thinking about watching the videos. How much would they pay me for watching videos?

Is possible to earn a nice second income from this opportunity?

Do you know of another legit opportunity where I can earn money online, I don’t mind working hard. I about 4 hrs daily free and I am in need of a second income!

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Ray - January 15, 2017

Hi Derek,
The videos don’t pay that well, 2 points for watching 6 videos and you have to watch them for at least 45 seconds. You may decide though that this is an easy way to earn albeit a very small way to earn.
This is only a small side income opportunity Derek, but it could pay some small bills here and there which can be very important.
If you have 4 hours spare and you spend all that time at PrizeRebel then you will generate a side income here.
If you are more ambitious and want to work on building yourself a full time income from the Internet then I would try my number one recommendation for making money online.

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Deb - January 22, 2017

Interesting review. This site sounds like fun and I guess if you’re just wanting a bit of pocket money and if you have plenty of time it probably could satisfy you.

Even though I can be tempted by these sites I have to remind myself that if I want to make serious money, which is my goal, they are really just a distraction.

I recommend to anyone reading your post, who is serious about making an income online, to go with your number one recommendation. It’s a great safe place to learn how to make money online.

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Ray - January 22, 2017

Hi Deb,
Yes you’re right, if you have plenty of time on your hands and if you find sites like this one to be a bit of fun then it is an easy way to generate a small income.
Yes I wouldn’t recommend a site like this one if it is your aim to make serious money.
Building an online business however can take some time, so I don’t recommend that if you are in need of some immediate cash.
I do suggest trying my number one recommendation if you have a longer term outlook.
I hope however that my review of PrizeRebel has given you a good idea of what you can expect from the site and the earning opportunities that are available.
Of the GPT sites out there PrizeRebel does seem to be one of the better ones.
Thanks for your visit and comment Deb I really appreciate it. Best wishes to you and your online business.

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